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Leak shows 7-, 10-inch Dell tablets

updated 02:00 pm EDT, Fri April 16, 2010

Dell memo shows larger tablets in store

Dell's plans to launch multiple tablet sizes was confirmed today through a memo today. Both 7- and 10-inch adaptations of the Mini 5 are on the way and have been given rudimentary mockups. The source of the early notice told Engadget the 7-inch version would ship by the end of 2010 while the 10-inch version would arrive in early 2011.

Technical details were still unknown, but it's probable these would also use Android with ARM processors. The Mini 5 also has a camera and HD video playback, but it has relatively little storage.

Also included are a mention that the Mini 5 itself appears to have been pushed back from spring to summer and that the Aero officially ships in June.



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  1. Foe Hammer

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    Let's keep skating ...

    ... to where the puck used to be.

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    your call has been forwarded to India.

  1. JeffHarris

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    Original Designs

    Let's see how long before Apple sues them for stealing the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad case design.

    Back to the drawing board, Dell.

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